Stylish and Functional Custom Kitchens

The kitchen is a shared space where you can gather with your family, entertain guests, and unwind at the end of the day.

Designed & Made is renowned for collaborating with home builders, designers, architects, and homeowners to translate an architectural vision into a truly custom kitchen. When you choose Designed & Made you will receive furniture-quality kitchen cabinets and center islands that add value, and create a timeless sense of style in your home.

We do our best work when we are involved early in the design process. Contact us today to get the conversation started.

Designed & Made Kitchen Portfolio

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Testimonials

Brody Schmid, Nor-Son
“Brian, Lily, and Team take the meaning of custom cabinetry to another level. We teamed up with Designed & Made on our last Artisan Tour house and they knocked it out of the park. From the first design meeting through the final touch ups, everything was perfect & they exceeded expectations. They excel throughout the design process, and can design & create truly unique, one of kind, never done before details. I would not hesitate to use them again or recommend to anyone looking for a top notch product.”

~ Brody Schmid
Nor-Son Customer Builders

“Brian and the team at Designed & Made are magic makers. They have worked with Prospect Refuge Studio on projects large and small and brought the highest level of care and craftsmanship to each and every one. When we need to produce a singular space, whether it’s a kitchen or bath, or creative storage solution in an historic home, we turn to Designed & Made to make it something special. It is a treat to collaborate with someone so passionate about thoughtful design, and Brian’s energy is contagious when dreaming up something new. When we work with Brian, I always know we will get more than expected – and when I refer one of our clients to Designed & Made, I know they are in the very best hands.”

~ Victoria Sass
Prospect Refuge Studio

Victoria Sass, Prospect Refuge